Situational stress may be inevitable in local government, but creating a healthy, supportive and positive work environment is imperative to reduce burnout and occupational mental health issues.
The right benefits administration technology and meaningful data can transform annual enrollment from a once-a-year event into a year-round personalized journey that engages employees, ultimately lowering an agency’s spend.
By standardizing, integrating and sharing data, North Carolina has been able to provide better health care to those who visit its hospitals.
GovLoop’s recent online training helped federal employees understand their health care benefits for this open season, which starts Nov. 11 until Dec. 9, 2019.
The Veterans Health Administration is pairing success metrics with real-life outcomes–that is, the number of lives changed and saved, according to Dr. Ryan Vega, executive director of the VHA Innovation Ecosystem.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is currently collaborating with the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to explore several deaths linked to the practice of vaping.
In 2018, one agency in Washington became America’s first to transition its entire digital platform for delivering Medicaid assistance into cloud.
Countries around the world are looking to strengthen their health workforce.
The federal government projects 2.4 million jobs will be added in the health care industry by 2026.
Just as communities can collectively experience trauma, they can also be a tremendous resource for resilience and healing.